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Weekly Round Up

This week in development…

  • The International Finance Corporation released its 2014 annual report, in which they inform that they have provided a record amount of financing for the world’s poorest countries last year: $8.5 billion.
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Policy Perspectives

Ford Family Foundation Leadership Program

The Ford Family Foundation Leadership Program gathers community leaders to nurture collaboration and teach the skills needed to respond to community needs.  On Tuesday, September 16th, the second cohort was gathered at the Sublimity Fire Hall.   33 more words

Events

land rights: development or exploitation?

At what point are you exploiting someone or a group of people? This was a question which kept cropping up at shrinkthesupplychain.com. It is a question which you can ask yourself in all sorts of situations, but this one was more specific. 695 more words

Agriculture

Climate Change – A Living Reality

Our Earth is a living, breathing, changing entity. Down the ages, humans first suspected, then became fully aware that climate changes are a fact of life. 420 more words

Civil Society

Conspiracy Brews 9.13.14

If you like your coffee and your politics flavorful, served with a heaping dose of civility by a diverse group of interesting people from all parts of the… 354 more words

Uncatergorized

CHANGE TO KENTUCKY ANNUAL USDA GUARANTEE FEE STRUCTURE OCTOBER 1, 2014

CHANGE TO KENTUCKY ANNUAL USDA GUARANTEE FEE STRUCTURE and

CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY MAPS 

As announced in RD AN No. 4757, the annual guarantee fee structure (paid monthly from the borrower’s escrow account) for purchase and refinance loans will increase as follows (no change to the one-time upfront fee at this time): 190 more words

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